American Indian Law Review Writing Competition
The American Indian Law Review Writing Competition is accepting submissions for its writing competition. Papers will be accepted on any issue concerning American Indian law or indigenous peoples. However, topics recently published in the American Indian Law Review will not be favored.
The competition is open to students enrolled at accredited law schools in the United States and Canada. Editors of the American Indian Law Review are ineligible to compete. The deadline for submission is January 31, 2013. All electronic entries must be received no later than 6:00pm Eastern Standard Time on January 31, 2013. Any hard copy entries must be postmarked by that date. All entries will be acknowledged upon receipt.
The first place winner receives $1,000 and publication in the American Indian Law Review, an official periodical of the University of Oklahoma College of Law. The second place winner receives $500 and third place winner, $250. The three winning authors will be recognized on the masthead of the American Indian Law Review and will receive copies of Felix S. Cohen's Handbook of Federal Indian Law.
For more information about the competition, including standards, format and submission, please visit the American Indian Law Review website.